Ahona Guha


Ahona Guha is the author of Reclaim: understanding complex trauma and those who abuse (2023) and Life Skills for a Broken World (2024), both published by Scribe. She writes widely on matters related to mental health, health, social justice and equity. Her work has appeared in The Age, The Guardian, The Saturday Paper and Breathe Magazine, among many others. She can be found at www.ahonaguha.com.


To speak or not to speak

GR OnlineWhat does silence say about our views, the way we use our platforms, our moral capacities, our ethics, our willingness to be silenced or the (always unstated) pecuniary and reputational purposes for which many use public social media profiles? It’s also helpful to consider the implications of silence.

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